These bowls are a major colour deviation from our normal palette. So many customers asked for blues or greens that we wanted to help them add a piece to their shaving den that they really loved. These bowls are easy to grip in one hand and feature our unique swirl pattern that helps generate lather.
Named after one of our old streets in River Heights, Campbell also happens to be my street growing up. Though I'm sure there have been some interesting people on this street, perhaps the most well known person in recent times to live there was Teemu Selanne when he played for the Winnipeg Jets (1992-1996)
We've tried lots of shaving bowls in the past. When it came time to work with local artists, we had some important criteria. Each bowl had to fit comfortably in the hand; and each bowl must have grooves that help generate lather. From there, we let the artist express themselves through their work.
What you end up with are individual pieces of work of art. Since these are made by hand, no two are exactly the same.
Bowl depth is approximately 4.2-4.5 cm. Bowl diameter (measured from inside) is approximately 10-10.5 cm.
Bernard Ferguson is the artist behind these bowls. Bernard began his artistic career painting. However, after some time, he was drawn to the clay medium because of its three dimensional abilities and its connection to nature. For nearly 15 years, Bernard has been making incredible pieces on the wheel. His work is featured at The Forks, Pinch of Creativity and Rams Wool in Winnipeg.
Bernard often focusses on pieces that are functional and utilitarian. His love of Nature and Japanese culture are blended into his pieces making them true works of art.